Monthly Archives: May 2021

Memorial Day – Monday Musings for May 31, 2021

Since 1789, Congress has declared war 11 times. And this doesn’t include the countless military engagements to which our men and women; brothers and sisters; fathers, mothers, children, friends and neighbors have been sent over the centuries – all going … Continue reading

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I owe my Trump-supporting friends an apology.

Credit to @AmericanEthical for this amazing collection of truths that many of us became numb to: I’ve been critical of the Trump presidency these last four years, and am still exhausted from the experience. But to be fair, President Trump … Continue reading

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Newsletter for May 26, 2021

Message from the Chair Letters to the editor.Marches and rallies.Social media.Conversations at home, at work, at church, in the backyard. There are many ways in which we need to let our voices be heard. We cannot let extreme oppressive messages … Continue reading

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My Flag is Bigger Than Your Flag, Congressman!

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Newsletter for May 11, 2021

Message from the Chair I am so very grateful to the Biden administration and the countless number of scientists and medical professionals who rapidly made COVID vaccines available to all Americans. My heart aches for the ongoing pandemic tragedy in India and … Continue reading

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